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and good at the promoting ... now Stockhead

https://stockhead.com.au/resources/fyi-resources-roly-hill-on-hpa-the-hallelujah-battery-material-and-that-alcoa-deal/

FYI Resources (ASX:FYI) calls HPA the "hallelujah" battery material with applications in the separator and anode and increasing potential candidate in cathode development.

The whole battery, basically.

FYI recently inked a deal with advanced battery graphite stock EcoGraf (ASX:EGR) to develop additional uses for FYI's HPA product.

Investors are also watching closely for an update on an MoU between FYI and global aluminium giant Alcoa, where commercial terms are being finalised for a full joint venture operation.

Stockhead chats with FYI managing director Roly Hill about EcoGraf, HPA demand, and that all important deal with Alcoa.


What does the deal with EcoGraf mean for FYI?
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In simple terms ... it is a joint venture between two battery focussed commodity players, looking at doing something completely different.
[This JV] is a very elegant way of adding a little bit of value to the downstream side of what FYI and EcoGraf are doing individually. For us, it is all about expanding HPA applications in the battery.

HPA is currently used as the coating on the separator between the anode and cathode.

But it is looking like the utility of HPA is increasing. Now it looks like it [could be used] in the anode, and the cathode as well.

The obvious benefits from the customer perspective are safety, performance, and possibly cost reduction, and life extension of the battery.

Pretty exciting stuff, and the key thing for us is the interest [we are getting] from some of the larger battery groups.

It just a matter of us adding a bit more value and cracking the code a little, to see where it can lead.
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How much HPA will be required for the battery sector going forward?
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We would use Benchmark Mineral Intelligence as our guidance on that.

They are suggesting that the anode growth ... graphite and the HPA ... could be +700% by 2025 from where it currently sits.

The HPA market, where it currently sits, has a standing rate of 17% to 18% year on year growth through battery applications and the more traditional markets .... LEDs, sapphire glass, those sorts of things. Big numbers.

Potential additional uses of HPA in the battery [mentioned above] are not included in all those numbers.
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Is the EcoGraf deal separate to what FYI is doing with Alcoa?
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We had to defer the signing of the term sheets with Alcoa by a month.

That is because, out of courtesy, we introduced this [deal with EcoGraf] to Alcoa, along with several other initiatives that we wanted to pursue.

They very much liked that, and the other things that we are wanting to do. We had to defer everything just so they could get involved.

It was originally outside the scope; now it is inside the scope.


I can see everyone just waiting for FYI to sign the Alcoa deal. Everyone is hanging out for it.
...No more than me, I can tell you, Hill says. [But] both companies don't come this far ... time, money, and effort .... for it not to succeed.



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Some progress

https://www.australianmining.com.au/news/hi...-for-australia/



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FYI has entered into an exclusivity agreement with Alcoa Australia Limited to facilitate detailed negotiation of the terms of a possible high purity alumina (HPA) project joint venture, for the future development and commercialisation of FYI’s HPA project.



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Key points
• Alcoa and FYI joint pilot plant trial samples achieve an average of 99.9986% Al2O3, purity, surpassing expectations
• Trial outcomes continue to demonstrate effectiveness of FYI’s innovative HPA refining process
• A key condition to Alcoa Joint Venture MOU has been achieved


Next steps
Following the final product finishing work of the trial HPA, samples will be sent to several potential offtake parties for further product qualification – particularly directed towards the LED lighting and lithium-ion battery (LiB) markets.





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FYI Resources Limited (FYI) is an Australian Listed resources company that is focused on the exploration and development of selected projects in strategic commodity sectors.

For the last three years, it has been focusing on High Purity Alumina HPA and has developed Cadoux in WA as a world class HPA project.

.. Mining Lease is granted and permitting completed.
.. strategic financing arranged. Negotiations for balance of project funding is underway
.. DFS confirmed Cadoux as a worldclass HPA project
.. Mining Lease granted and permitting completed
.. Focused on fast-tracking development and construction
.. Advancing HPA offtake negotiations with potential customers
.. Kwinana "Battery Alley" refinery site approved
.. Project Reserves providing > 50 years mine life


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• FYI is an emerging producer of high quality, high purity HPA
• FYI standard product is ultra pure 99.99% (4N) and 99.999% (5N) material with extremely low deleterious elements
• Key markets have been identified and targeted for compatibility with FYI's quality HPA
• Market determinants include:
.... Purity (4N or 5N)
.... Characteristics (iecrystal size, density, surface area)
.... Jurisdiction diversity
.... Application
.... Pricing
• FYI is developing alternative HPA product applications in collaboration with its research partners
• FYI is also advancing different variations of final product to suit different market application specifications




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New CEO and 2c gain
http://imagesignal.comsec.com.au/asxdata/2...df/01148197.pdf



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Quartly report
http://imagesignal.comsec.com.au/asxdata/2...df/01145802.pdf



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More developments. Hop on board people.



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Making a move in the positive direction at last.



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Nice to see some positives at long last



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